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New post 10 Dec 2003, 14:09
What is the GMAT Plus?

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New post 10 Dec 2003, 15:05
Do a search in the forum for GMAT Plus and read for about 10 mins and you will have some idea about it by then.

For starters ... GMAT PLUS has stolen questions from previous GMAT tests and OGs.
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New post 10 Dec 2003, 17:08
GMAT Plus?

Okay, I have learned GMAT Plus is a collection of old test questions from prior GMAT exams.

What are the more recent test numbers?
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Is it against ETS policies to have access to this material? If the test material is out there, accessible by some, shouldn't it be accessible to everyone?

I can't see how having access to old test questions from old tests is a violation of GMAT ethics, especially considering the fact that ETS publishes its own official guide w/old official test questions!. :)
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Is it against ETS policies to have access to this material?
How can anyone have a policy that stops someone from having access to anything? At the most they can stop publishing that material (which they have) .. but if you talk about access, then I say grab it if you come across it and feel it will help you.

If the test material is out there, accessible by some, shouldn't it be accessible to everyone?
Sure .. it should be. And here is a little 'secret' .. IT IS. As I said earlier, if you do a basic search in this forum for GMAT plus, YOU WILL KNOW WHERE TO GET IT ... FOR FREE!!

I can't see how having access to old test questions from old tests is a violation of GMAT ethics, especially considering the fact that ETS publishes its own official guide w/old official test questions
2 things .. one is that these questions presumably still appear on the actual tests and any question that ETS is currently using is not allowed to be published for public.
Second thing is that ETS publishes its old test questions because they own the questions and these questions DO NOT come up in actual tests anymore.
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